Forbes–Jan. 2, 2018
As 2017 passes, and we look forward to the year ahead, here is my fifth annual list of the ten best long-form stories about technology from the last year. (Also check out the ten most read Forbes Technovation articles of 2017, and my Top Ten Technology Books of 2017. To follow my column in 2018, please …
New York Times–Jan. 17, 2018
But the company that gave the world the modern smartphone has a perfect opportunity this year to create a brave and groundbreaking new take on that device: a phone that encourages you to use it more thoughtfully, more deliberately — and a lot less. Tech “addiction” is a topic of rising national concern.
Bloomberg–Jan. 17, 2018
Thirty-five agreements were signed between technology companies and major metropolises to jointly work on projects in 2017, up from eight the previous year, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance released Wednesday. Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. and China’s online …
U.S. News & World Report–46 minutes ago
Launched in early 2017, Visible Alpha uses technology to help fund managers keep track of the amount and value of equity research and corporate access that they receive from their brokers. It also offers tool that aggregate data from analysts to make it easier to use and more valuable for investors.
The Conversation US–Jan. 3, 2018
After decades of unbridled enthusiasm – bordering on addiction – about all things digital, the public may be losing trust in technology. Online information isn’t reliable, whether it appears in the form of news, search results or user reviews. Social media, in particular, is vulnerable to manipulation by hackers …
U.S. News & World Report–4 hours ago
FILE PHOTO: A fleet of Uber’s Ford Fusion self driving cars are shown during a demonstration of self-driving automotive technology in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk/File Photo Reuters. SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Uber Technologies [UBER.UL] and …
AppleInsider (press release) (blog)–19 hours ago
… 100 firms are headquartered in the United States, followed by Japan and Taiwan with 13 listed companies each, and then India with five. The list does not include any companies based in Africa, Eurasia, South America, and Antarctica, noting these regions are still emerging in terms of the tech leadership.
Coindesk–Jan. 14, 2018
Magda Borowik is the special envoy for fintech to the Ministry of Digital Affairs of the Republic of Poland and the director of technology research at FinTech Poland. The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk’s 2017 in Review.
Bloomberg–Jan. 16, 2018
While blockchain technology offers a way to overcome some of these stumbling blocks, obstacles remain. Rough diamonds can be cut into multiple polished stones, and De Beers, a unit of Anglo American Plc, hasn’t yet worked out how to ensure the same stone is digitally tracked. “We’ve spent a lot of time …
U.S. News & World Report–Jan. 7, 2018
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said at the CES technology conference in Las Vegas that Uber’s self-driving car fleet was using their technology to help its … With Volkswagen, Nvidia said it was infusing its artificial intelligence technology into the German automakers’ future lineup, using their new Drive IX …